After the Rapture and the revealing of the identity of the Antichrist, a group of converts form the Tribulation Force, a secret society with the sole purpose of converting non-believers to Christianity.
Clarence Gilyard Jr.
The world falls into chaos as Nicolae Carpathia detonates nuclear devices across the globe and stages multiple devastating attacks against both the Tribulation Force and an international militia, led by U.S. President Gerald Fitzhugh.
Craig R. Baxley
Louis Gossett Jr.,
Left Behind finds commercial airline pilot Ray Steele (Nicholas Cage) struggling to keep his passengers calm and his plane afloat after the Biblical Rapture strikes mid-flight. Meanwhile, GWN reporter Cameron "Buck" Williams (Chad Michael Murray) becomes Ray's reluctant co-pilot, and Ray's terrified daughter Chloe (Cassi Thompson) braves the chaos of the city streets in search of her brother and mother..
It was announced Ashley Tisdale was cast as Chloe Steele on January 7th, 2013 via Deadline. On August 8, 2013, it was announced Tisdale had dropped out of the project due to a scheduling conflict since she was trying to pursue another opportunity on television. Production was delayed from March to August and producer Paul Lalonde stated they waited until the last minute to recast her in case her schedule changed to allow her to stay on. Cassi Thomson was chosen to replace her and take the role of Chloe Steele. See more »
When Captain Steele leaves the flight deck, the remaining pilot should have donned his oxygen mask and used supplemental oxygen since the aircraft is above 25,000'. By not doing so, the First Officer is a violation of the US Federal Aviation Regulations, specifically 14 CFR 121.333(c)(3). See more »
The God my mother talked about would never do something like this.
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To avoid a 15 rating in the UK for a home video release, the distributors cut 79 seconds of strong threat and violence in order to obtain a 12 classification. However, the 12 version was not released, and the uncut version was released with a 15 on DVD and Blu-ray. See more »
This film is so banal it takes the banality out of The Banal. The premise is absurd. The unravelling of the plot is absurd. The performances are, at best, distracted as is the direction. Even the actors seem unconvinced. I'm still kicking myself for watching this film. Sin and purity are depicted with juvenile simplicity. Religious bias is arrogantly displayed (but I'll leave that to the unfortunate viewer to spot). Complex ideas like forgiveness, atonement and judgement are reduced to idiocy at an atomic level. I apologise if this sounds too much like a rant but for someone who watches well over 15 films a week, I have never subjected myself to anything this offensive (to the senses) in over 25 years.
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